City of Richland Hills Fire and Rescue Facility
Completed in 2021, the new 10,800 sq. ft. fire and rescue facility replaced the existing fire station built in 1971. The fire station includes bi-fold front doors on all apparatus bays that open in only five seconds and an innovative diesel exhaust removal system for each fire engine and ambulance.
NCS worked alongside the City of Richland Hills and Steele & Freeman, Inc. to ensure a state-of-the-art communications center and control room with a robust structured cabling infrastructure and security solutions.
NCS installed the cabling for the facility’s entire telecommunications network. NCS installed a cabling backbone of (66) Panduit Cat 6 cables, (11) RG6 coax cables, and (15) wireless access points. NCS utilized CPI racks to maintain organization and physical security.
A robust video surveillance system covers all exterior and interior areas and access points. This includes multiple Avigilon cameras, Lenel S2 card readers, door contacts, and motion detectors for controlled access.